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the son of vice president joe biden dies after a bat well brain cancer -- battle with brain cancer. how he's being remembered. >> where a missing girl's body was found and the person behind bars this morning in connection with her death. good morning. you're looking live at a very gray sunday morning over the golden gate bridge. we can see part of the towers. some mornings you can't.
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so there's that. when will it clear up? we'll find out in a couple of minutes. welcome to "mornings on 2", sunday may 31st. i'm claudine wong. >> good morning. i'm mike mibach. when will it clear? good question. rosemary, it's kind of the cap on what has been a gloomy month and most -- in month of the bay area. >> right. we're cooling down again today. parts of the coast where it's been mostly cloudy and folks at home are saying it never warmed up, what are you talking about? well, we have a cooling trend coming our way. it will be most pronounced for our inland cities because what some don't know is areas like antioch hit 88 yesterday. oakdale was 93. so our inland communities definitely had a big warm-up yesterday. the temperatures coming down by 5 and 10 degrees for the afternoon. we're going to continue with our cool pattern into the afternoon. we have a system sitting off- shore. that is bringing on the changes. right now fairfield reporting 23 mile-per-hour winds with a
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gust to 26. this is going to continue as we get into the second half of the day. temperatures now 53 degrees in walnut creek. 51 san francisco. low 50s in and around santa rosa, novato, napa, all 50 degrees. along the south bay, 57 san jose and the peninsula at this hour 55 redwood city, 53sfo and to the coast where we have 52 for halfmoon bay. for the second half of the morning the low clouds are going to go -- begin to clear at least to the coastline. but i think we'll have the high and mid-level clouds that continue to push through the entire day. today will be a partly cloudy and partly sunny day. notice upper 50s along the coast. that hasn't changed in days. but this around the bay, things are changing here we have a lot more green and oh rants in the central -- oranges in the central valley. areas that warmed well into the 80s yesterday, even touching near 90, not the case today. we have yellow in and around portions of the bay.
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in fact we're not expecting any 80s in our neighborhood. when we come back i'll put numbers on the screen. even the possibility of a little drizzle, maybe a few sprinkles, that in a bit. vice president joe biden and his family are dealing with the heavy loss this morning. his eldest son joseph biden iii known as beau died of brain cancer at age 46. he was a former attorney general in delaware, planned to run for governor next year. he had a series of health problems in recent years, was hospitalized this month at walter reed. he survived a car crash in 1972 that killed vice president biden's then wife and their 13- month-old daughter. in 2008 beau biden spoke about that time. >> one of my earliest memories was being in that hospital. my dad at our side. we, my brother and i, not the senate, were all he cared about. he decided not to take the oath of office.
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he says then delaware can get another senator, but my boys can't get another father. [ cheering and applause ] >> the biden family released a statement which read in part -- >> president obama also released a statement. secretary of state john kerry broke his leg this morning in a bicycling accident in france. he went to geneva this week to have nuclear talks with iran. he broke his right thigh bone during that bike ride. this is video of kerry in a past cycling event. doctors say he's alert, in good spirits and will make a full recovery. he's listed in stable condition but could take six months to completely heal. he will now return to the united states and skip the rest of his european trip.
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time 7:04. police say the body found on thursday morning in glen county has been identified as a missing 6-year-old girl and they say the man who killed her is now behind bars. jadiada larcenyon was reported missing and her body found burning in a field in glenn county. deputies arrested 21-year-old juan rivera, the boyfriend of the little girl's mother. he told police he saw her at their apartment early thursday and suffered a seizure and passed out. deputies say the mother is cooperating with the investigation. >> this mother is not being looked at as a suspect in this case. the mother has had a legitimate reason for not being around. >> investigators later said the mother was away from medical treatment for several days when the girl disappeared. rivera is scheduled to appear in court tuesday. being held without bail. the owner of the fishing boat that ran aground near half- moon bay is working to get it removed. the boat named denise ran on the rocks late friday night.
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the captain said he didn't need assistance and didn't leave the boat. however, because it's in the national marine sanctuary the coast guard had it arranged to be transferred to land. there's no reports of fuel spilled into the water. the bottle rock festival continues in the napa valley today and today organizers expecting to see their biggest crowd. ♪ don't let me out of your sight♪ >> there are still a limited number of tickets available on bottlerock's web site for today's event. it's at the napa valley expo center in downtown napa. 100,000 people expected to attend the three-day music event which organizers say is 20,000 more than last year. it's not only about music, also plenty of great food and wine. >> i think it's amazing. the weather is beautiful. the decorations are cool. >> some neighbors say they are actually frustrated because
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bottlerock causes big traffic backups in the area. event parking is prohibited along residential streets but some people are taking advantage of that and turning a profit and charging $100 to park in the area. bottlerock gets underway at noontime today. here's a quick rounddown. for more information, or to see photos from the festival of day one and two go to ktvu.com. you can also share your photoos on our ktvu took page. the warriors enjoy a day off today before returning tomorrow. they had a light workout in downtown oakland as they gear up for the cleveland cavaliers in the nba finals. warriors had the coach try to assure fans concerned about the health of clay thompson who suffered a concussion last wednesday night. >> there's sort of a progression of tests he has to go through. that is nba protocol. he's going through that
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process. all is going very well. >> do you have a game plan? considering he may not be here? >> no. i'm anticipating he's going to be there. >> despite the injury the warriors look to be relaxed and confident. allie rasmus at practice yesterday recorded this steph curry over the head halfcourt trick shot that of course is nothing but net. the warriors have to deal with a significant loss, coach gentry has been ordered to coach the new orleans pelicans. agreed to a deal worth $14 million. his last head coaching job was with the phoenix suns and will remain with the warriors through the nba finals. more than 2,300 homeless pets in the bay area found forever homes yesterday thanks to a group called maddie's fund. allie rasmus, very busy this weekend, live in oakland at one of the shelters where that free adoption event is being held. good morning. >> reporter: good morning.
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it's a national nonprofit organization and within of their biggest events is something called pet adoption days. the fund gives financial support and grants to animal shelters across the country. this weekend, saturday and sunday the organization is covering the cost of pet adoption for the entire weekend. at participating shelters like oakland animal services. the way it works, people come in, they look for a pet that they fall in love with, dog, cat, rabbit, sometimes even birds. they go through the mandatory screening and are than able to take that pet home for free. >> usually it's not free. usually you have to pay for the surgery and the adoptions. so this is a great opportunity if you have been wanting to find a new friend for your family, to come down and help us get all these animals out into good homes. >> reporter: the pet adoption days weekend started yesterday. the event continues today. you can adopt a dog, cat, rabbit. also some birds at some participating shelters.
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some of them are in almeida, contra costa, san francisco and santa clara counties. yesterday more than 2,300 pets in the bay area found a permanent home thanks to the program. at the oakland animal services, one of the shelters taking part, there are others as well. dozens across the bay area. this animal shelter isn't open for another few hours but coming up at 8:00 we're going to talk to someone from maddie's fund about the program and how beneficial it's been. i believe this is the fifth year they've been doing this. back to you. >> i know the theme is empty the shelters, so hopefully by the end of today that will be the case for many shelters in the bay area. 2,500 people are now about 30 minutes into a seven-day, 545-mile bike ride to take them from san francisco to los angeles. it's called aids life cycle put on by the san francisco aids foundation and los angeles lgbt center. it raises money and awareness in the fight against hiv and aids. they took off from the cal
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palace at 6:30 this morning. this year's ride is expected to raise more than $15 million. this weekend homeowners got a little more encouragement to lose that lawn of theirs. the incentives offered to get people to replace their grass with something more water- efficient. >> thousands of schools were damaged during the devastating earthquakes in nepal. the progress being made to get the kids back to the classroom.
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♪ easy like a sunday morning♪ >> giving you a live look at the cloud cover over oakland this morning. clouds will continue through the morning hours. cooler weather pulling in for the second part of your weekend. i'll have them look at the temperatures coming up. at least four americans are held by rebels in yemen. they are believed to be in
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prison in the capital city. attempts by the state department to win their release failed. three of the americans held private sector jobs while the fourth person holds dual citizenships in the united states and yemen. the u.s. is still trying to strike a deal with iran regarding iran's nuclear capabilities. secretary of state john kerry has been in switzerland for the negotiations which occurred before his recent bike accident. iran says it still has major disagreements with world powers but there will be further meetings in the coming days. the sides are trying to reach a deal before the june 30th deadline to prevent tehran from pursuing to build a nuclear bomb. thousands of schools in nepal that were destroyed by two earthquakes in april may have reopened to students. but with most of the buildings still unsafe classes are being held in temporary classrooms. according to unicef the nepal high school dropout rate is a mainly concern. the two earthquakes hit april 25th and may 12th and combined killed nearly 8,700 people and injured more than 22,000 others. we're finding out more
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information about japan's 7.8 magnitude earthquake. there's been no major damage, no serious injuries but there was a lock of shaking in buildings and on city streets. the quake struck off-shore 600 miles south of tokyo and nearly 400 miles below the earth's surface. three years ago a 9.0 quake caused a tsunami that killed more than 8,000 people. three laws used against spies and terrorists expire tonight unless a deal is reached. senator mcconnell wants to discuss extending key sections of the patriot act. kentucky senator rand paul says he will use his right to delay a final vote and plans to let the laws expire. here's a look at the front pages. this is the "santa cruz sentinel." "coast guard defends clean-up." many critics say there should have been a bigger response to the oil spill along the
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california coast. 100,000 of crude oil spilled along beaches north of santa barbara. here's the front page of "the sacramento bee." despite minimum wage hikes still a struggle. the city of san francisco raised its minimum wage to $12.25 an hour may 1st and it's expected to raise to $15 an hour by 2018. some people wonder if it's enough especially with the high cost of living and soaring rent prices. here's a look at the front page of "the union tribune" in san diego. head reading" in the long run, it's just that i'm 92, all you have to do is get to 90 and you get all sorts of attention." this woman in the picture, harriett thompson is trying to become the oldest woman to run a marathon. she's also a cancer survivor. this will be her 16th time running in the rock 'n' roll marathon in san diego. last year she said a record when she finished that race in seven hours, seven minutes and
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42 seconds. rosemary and claudine, she beat the previous record for a woman 90 years or older. >> amazing. >> that just makes me feel bad. i really -- proud of her yes. but that is amazing. i have a good friend kevin who tried to take a sunset shot yesterday. the fog ruined it and looks like the fog just settled in and stayed ruined. >> and it's going to linger for some of us. in addition to the low clouds and fog, mid and high level clouds. i'll explain in a moment. let's step outside where we have that overcast. getting across the bay bridge, no trouble reported there. it's breezy in areas. in fact i have a tweet here to show you, in a moment. let's look at some of the numbers. in the 50s at this hour. santa rosa 50. 51 san francisco. 53 oakland and mid-50s in livermore and san jose. you're starting at 57 -- did i not upload that tweet? i'll show it to you next time. the stretch between brentwood
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and livermore, looks breezy, fairfield too, 25 miles per hour. the system is bringing us the cooler weather. many of us never really warmed up but inland did. for those of you inland, 5 to 10 degrees of cooling expected today. i'll roll you through the saturday afternoon. looks like late-day clearing, we'll be partly sunny to partly cloudy between then. along the coastline, not much if any clearing at all. look at what is windy me over the pacific. this is the system -- behind me over the pacific. this is the system. it will ride northeast as it moves into the bay area. it's going to weaken, not bringing much rain but could bring a little drizzle starting 8:00. notice over portions of the for the bay, a few specks of blue. now midnight along the coastline and still favoring portions of north bay. we wake up tomorrow morning and still the possibility of drizzle, a few isolated sprinkles. that is late tonight into tomorrow morning. and we'll be mostly cloudy and we'll be cool. 67 degrees for the afternoon high in novato. low 60s expected in sausalito.
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61 richmond to. the east bay, 64 oakland, 66 hayward. some of these 70s you see on the screen now were 80s just yesterday. antioch went to 88. today 76. 76 livermore. mid-70s in walnut creek and 75 danville. so mild day in comparison to yesterday. 74 san jose. 74 cupertino. along the coastline and peninsula, not a lot of change, that is going to remain cloudy and cool at the coast. 58d in daly city. low 70s mountainview and menlo park. and palo alto 74. the extended forecast here, temperatures dropping today, even more so for tomorrow, a slight little drop as we get into monday and then we begin to rebound tuesday into wednesday, mid-70s in the forecast for the inland cities. then upper 70s as we get into the back half of the week into the weekend. looks like we'll see another warm-up at least for the time being. we're mainly dry outside of that slight chance of a few scattered showers late tonight
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into early tomorrow morning. and we're looking at temperature remaining cool at the coast. major flooding still causing problems in the state of texas. >> this is the highest we've everstein it. we've been out here now for 15 years. >> a search for the missing after the storms and when folks may actually get relief from the rain. >> it's time for our "pet of the day." that is "storm," she can entertain you for hours. she spent the first weeks of her life defending herself in the wild but described as a gentle cat looking for a loving and playful home. she's at the petaluma pet pals. for more information go to ktvu.com, click on the "pet of the day" tab under the "mornings on 2" section of the home page.
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san francisco takes center stage at this weekend's box office and proving to be a big hit. >> we're going to get you out! run! >> an andreas is on track to bring in $47 million which would put it at the top spot for the weekend box office. the new movie starring the rock brought in $18.2 million in its first night. it's not just showing the big one hitting san francisco but a 9.6 earthquake in devastation that follows. a recycling center in the bay area is trying to find a woman who dropped off an old apple computer that turned out to be worth $200,000.
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according to the company "clean bay area" that woman dropped off botches of electronics she had cleaned from her garage after her husband passed away. she did not want a tax receipt and didn't leave her contact information. a few weeks later workers at the recycling center opened the boxes to find an apple 1 computer, one of about 200 first-generation apple computers made back in 1976. the company's vice president sold it and says he would now like to split the proceeds with the woman. today begins the annual on- line auction for lunch with billionaire businessman warren buffett. the ebay auction begins 7:30 tonight and will end friday night. in the past 15 years winning bids have ranged from $25,000 to $3.5 million. last year's auction brought in nearly $2.2 million. all proceeds go to guideline memorial church. while most bidders are
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anonymous, past winners have included hedge fund managers. last year was allowed to invite seven friends. the longest leg of a solar plane's flight around the world now under way. it took off from china early this morning. a swiss pilot at the controls is headed for hawaii. it's the seventh and most dangerous leg of the trip since there is virtually no place to make an emergency landing except right there in the ocean. if this trip is successful this will be the first around the world flight that doesn't require a drop of liquid fuel. help is on the way for all of us who struggle to keep track of all our different passwords and it's thanks to two high school students. everyday more companies hit the internet and more consumers are required to remember more passwords. five years ago the average person had five passwords. today it's 81. that is why two teens came up with the device known as crypta that will store all your passwords at the tip of your finger. >> what we basically do is turn
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your finger frint into your master pass. as long as you have your fingers you're good to go. >> crypta also uses military uses mill grade encryption and unlike other on-line passwords, you don't need to remember even one password. a controversial plan to cut down thousands of trees in the east bay. what is being done to try to save the trees and why some say action is needed. >> despite the affordable care act why a number of people in california say they are still going without health insurance. >> our afternoon highs are coming down. we'll check in on the current conditions and i'll compare afternoon temperatures coming up.
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here's a look at some of the top stories we're following this morning. vice president joe biden called him one of the finest men he ever knew. the vice president is mourning the loss of his eldest son beau biden. he died of brain cancer at age 46. beau biden was an iraq war veteran and received the bronze star, he had been delaware's attorney general, he leaves behind a wife and two children. investigators now confirmed the burned body of a child found in glenn county is the 6- year-old jadian larson. she's the screcto girl that disappeared -- sacramento girl that disappeared thursday. the mother's boyfriend is held
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without bail for the death. he's scheduled to be in court tuesday. police say the mother is not considered a suspect in this case. in napa today, expect big delays. the bottlerock festival is expected to cause many backups. the three-day music festival started friday. organizers say they expect their biggest crowd today. two headliners, snoop dogg and no doubt. >> looks like fun. cold up there? i'll have to bring a little jacket? >> it won't be so bad. low 70s, partly cloudy skies. perfect weather to be outdoors. hanging out where it will be cool along the coastline. and temperature will be coming down, in our inland communities. live look, a bird's eye view over the city and we have cloudy skies, once again this morning. into the afternoon and in addition to the low clouds this morning we'll have mid and high level clouds and -- in fact they are already out there. in association with the system that is bringing us the cooler weather. this is the tweet from doug
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earlier today. very windy on bostono road, that's the stretch between livermore and brentwood and onshore breeze through fairfield at 28 miles per hour. that is a sustained wind. you may deal with that also look i-80 this morning. the marine layer is deepening an temperatures are dropping for the second part of the weekend. 50 napa. 55 redwood city. 56 mountainview. san jose starting out at 57. here's a comparison. yesterday into today, santa rosa went to 78. today 70. oakland drops off a few degrees. look at livermore though, hit 87 in the afternoon. 76 speck for today. that is an 11-degree change there. for areas around gill boy -- that's supposed to be -- gilroy, that was spots to be flipped. 71 napa this afternoon. 71 mountainview. temperatures will be even slightly cooler for tomorrow and we have the possibility --
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maybe a few sprinkles tonight into tomorrow morning. i will outline that for you and show you the extended forecast coming up. firefighters in san jose are investigating the cause of a house fire that injured three people. it happened after midnight at two-story home on glen fox court. firefighters say 10 people were in the home at the time the fire began. a few were able to escape up to the roof. firefighters were able to rescue them from that spot. firefighters say it took just about 30 minutes to put out the fire. the three people who were injured suffered minor injuries. oakland police are searching for a driver who they believe deliberately hit and killed a man police found the victim after 11:00 friday night, 28th street near san pablo avenue. police are treating the death as a homicide and looking for a 2013 toyota fj cruiser, white. oakland police not saying how many people were arrested after a huge side show just off northbound i-80 early yesterday
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morning. [cars screeching] >> there were at least three cars performing stunts and more than 100 people stopping to watch. they blocked streets and ramps to the freeway. it did take several minutes for police to respond, oakland police will not say if anyone was hurt but a videographer for ktvu was hit by a rock one someone saw him recording -- when someone saw him recording the illegal activity. a campaign is launched during the summer to increase motorcycle safety in napa county. officers are expecting a rise in riders that season. police are going to make sure riders are complying with safe driving habits. it comings after three motorcyclists were injured within an hour of each other. a group of parents now going after a san jose school district after a former elementary school teacher was convicted of molesting students
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in his classroom. the san jose mercury news reports the families for the victims plan on asking a jury to hold the evergreen elementary school district and top administrators responsible. two years ago craig chandler was convicted of molesting five of his students and serving 75 years to life in state prison. while no damage figure has been put forward millions of dollars could be at stake for the district. the trial is set to begin monday. bart is now facing a lawsuit after one bart officer was killed by another officer in january of last year. sergeant tom smith was searching an apartment in dublin when officer michael mays shot him to death. mays claims he thought smith was an intruder. smith's widow filed papers in federal court friday alleging bart denied smith technical training and a deputy chief criticized officers who asked for him. bart says their program exceeds state standards. the ongoing drought has bay residents looking for ways to
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save water. but could also make some money. qualified customers could get a dollar for every qualified piece of lawn they dig up. only backyards qualify and you have to have an inground irrigation system. >> i don't have the requirements, i have -- i will do it though. >> more drought tolerant plants are being requested. and they can be watered just once every two weeks when established. most people in marin county will face water eliminations starting tomorrow. they will allow customers to water landscaping just three days a week, all watering is banned within 48 hours of measurable rainfall. the white house and republicans are clashing over new environmental protection regulations. the obama administration says the rule regulating small
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streams and wetlands will protect drinking water for 117 million americans but gop lawmakers call it a massive government overreach and could subject even puddles and ditches to regulation. president obama also wants to cut politician from power plants by 30% by the year 2030. recent data shows the mountain snow pack across california is zero percent of normal, that is according to measurements at 98 stations, by the water resources department. that means before summer begins there will be no more of the crucial snow melt the state relies on to replenish streams, rivers and reservoirs that supply water. on april 1 when the snow pack hit 6% of normal the governor issued the first statewide mandatory restrictions. with the snow pack now gone and state entering the fourth year of drought such cutbacks may be just the beginning.
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there needs to be trees removed, according to some neighbors, because they pose a fire hazard. it would take 10 years to complete the plan because it would require moving thousands of very large trees. grant money was applied for and fema recently approved it. friday night oakland city council's public safety committee voted to accept the money. some people showed up to voice their concerns. >> people from all over the bay area come from the hills to re- create. all of them will be horrified if the trees start falling. >> people who oppose the plan say they hope a lawsuit will stop it before it starts. others welcome the idea. but both sides agree without the trees the landscape will look dramatic key different. people living near the oakland airport may hear more jet noise the next few days, that is because the connector and the main point will be closed six nights starting
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tomorrow night. that means private jets parked on the north field will be allowed to take off and land on that side of the airport instead of using the main runways. starting tomorrow, the san francisco mayor and supervisors will use muni to get around downtown. they promised to use it for two days and tweet about their experiences. they also say if they don't use the light rail, cable car and bus system on any given day they will also tweet their reasons why. you're invited to join the muni challenge and use the hashtag onboards 23á. a survey shows californian are still having trouble pace for insurance. high cost of health care is the main reason many are going without health insurance. the issue of how much people can afford looms large as the
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state prepares to negotiate with health insurers over next year's rates. mike honda has a challenger in the 2016 election. ro khanna has a plan to unseat honda. khanna received endorsements from the yahoo ceo and chief operation officer cheryl sandburg during his 2014 campaign. former maryland governor martin o'malley jumped into the 2016 presidential race. with an announcement in baltimore. the then 52-year-old candidate flew to iowa to meet voters. o'malley says america needs to make changes to get the economy back on track but also to restore the united states status as a great nation. >> our economy is people. our economy is not money. our economy is people. and we have to put people in
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the center of our economic decisions. we have to make the investments in order to educate the next generation at higher and better levels without saddling them with a lifetime of debt. >> o'malley says he also supports raising the minimum wage to make it easier for people to join unions and investing in new industries including renewable energy. so far o'malley and the vermont senator sanders are the only challengers to the democratic frontrunner hillary clinton. a crackdown on drivers in san francisco. coming up at 8:00 -- the new plan by the city and who they are targeting. >> why you may soon have to dig deep ger -- deeper into your pockets for disney. ñw?
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thank you for joining us on this sunday morning. live look at the aquatic park in the berkeley area. er weather returning for today. a look at the numbers coming up. search and rescue teams are looking for 11 people still missing after more than a week of floods in texas. at least 31 people died across the states of texas and oklahoma. and the rain continues to fall. forecasters say the storms should let up sometime tomorrow and that is good news for people who have been on the verge of being evacuated for days. some say they've never seen so much rain. >> i just wonder what people are going to do if it rains more. >> we just pray we don't get another these feet of water. >> it's the highest we've ever seen it. we've been here 15 years. >> emergency crews are warning people to stay home if they can and be prepared to evacuate quickly if they get word their neighborhood is in danger. one texas restaurant opener says he has no intention of
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shutting down despite rising floodwaters. sneaky pete's is in lewisville northwest of dallas. the roads surrounding the business are covered by more than three feet of water and the water level isn't expected to drop for another month but the owner hopes his restaurant can provide a sense of community and hot meal to people suffering. a look at some of the top stories trending -- it's been 10 years since alabama teen natalee holloway went missing on a trip in aruba. she had been celebrating her high school graduation with class maimghts. last seen leaving a nightclub with several people including the prime suspect joran van der sloot. a a judge declared her dead in 2012, her body though never found. joran van der sloot is serving live in jail for a murder of a 21-year-old woman in peru. a woman requested an unopened can of diet pepsi.
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she said the flight attendant refused saying the full can can be used as a weapon. then she handed a full can of beer to another passenger. she said she expected sport when she asked other passengers who saw what happened. she said one man verbally abused her. she posted her experience on facebook. google may get expansion plans approved. earlier this year the original plans to expand were denied. on friday the search engine filed -- company filed a new petition. according to the san jose mercury news, google could willed $555,000 feet of office space. disneyland may be charging
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more. it could impact high peak days during the summer, christmas holiday and spring break. disney sent an on-line survey to annual pass holders asking for their opinions on a pricing schedule for daily tickets. it would be split into three tiers, gold, silver and bronze. gold tickets you can use any time and would cost $115. silver tickets could be used almost everyday except peak days and cost $105. and bronze could only be used on offpeak weekends for $99. >> sounds complicated. >> i still love disneyland more than my children. >> i can't believe you said that. >> amazing. >> why not love it with your children? >> they don't get the magic of disneyland. >> i don't know. how about the magic of the weather? >> cold? look at that. go warriors but brr. >> onshore breeze blowing the warriors flag as well as the
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american flag in san francisco. the onshore breeze is strengthening today. the marine layer deepening, temperatures coming down especially for our inland areas. we're joined with the morning clouds, a little bit of patchy drizzle, definitely a possibility out there. the marine layer now 2,000 feet deep. yesterday it was closer to 1 courthouse feet, 1,500 -- 1,000 feet, 1,500 feet and grew throughout the afternoon. the system is going to ride north and east of us. we'll have just the very tail end. it will not only cool us down but could bring us a few sprinkles. late tonight into tomorrow morning. for today we're partly cloudy to mostly cloudy and temperatures are cooler but we're going to be dry. so for the afternoon today, temperatures cooler by 5 to 10 degrees in the inland communities. livermore 55. hayward 54 and san jose 57. going to see the as play this afternoon? partly cloudy skies, low 60s. onshore breeze 10 to 12 miles per hour.
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not bad. you'll be comfortable in the stands. or if you see the giants, southwesterly wind 15 miles per hour with partly cloudy skies and 60 degrees expected for the afternoon. our temperatures will be running a lot cooler inland. look at some of the numbers. santa rosa yesterday went to 78. today 70. that's the notable change expected there. low 70s in napa. 67 novato. 66 san rafael. get closer to the water, it's cool. 61 sausalito. i receive tweets from people, where is the sun? it's so cool along the coastline. you have to go inland, that is where the warmth is. 75 fairfield today. if you head to the east bay, some of the areas like antioch, brentwood, livermore, pleasanton, warm to near 90 yesterday. today mid to upper 70s. 65 for san leandro. 64 san jose. morgan hill 75. as we look towards the areas of
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cupertino, low 60s expected for you. along the peninsula today, 70 redwood city, palo alto warms to 74. 66 in areas around san mateo. san francisco a cool 60. speaking of cool, 58 for daly city. 59 pacifica. 61 expected halfmoon bay. the spend forecast here, temperatures looking to drop off just a little at we get into monday. a slight rebound on tuesday. wednesday not a lot of change. by thursday we begin to feel something a little more of a -- a warm-up i would say but nothing like what we had just yesterday. >> i know, i was inland yesterday. it was really hot. >> oakdale hit 93. talk about hot, death valley yesterday, 115. >> that is standard. good old death valley. count on triple digits there. starting tomorrow, it's going to cost more to park at a
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popular national park in the bay area. today the maximum parking fee is $6 for the day, goes up to $7 tomorrow. if you're not there all day the parking fee will go up 20 cents an hour. parking fees help pay for improvements in the park. starting in january entrance fees to mr uir woods to go up $7 to $10. 11 auto burglaries occurred on or near the campus of uc berkeley this month. police say in nearly all incidents drivers left valuables in the vehicles. police suggest avoid leaving valuabilities in your car and close all windows and lock all doors before leaving the vehicle and park in a well lit populated area. an event in golden gate park that is raising money and awareness of mental illness. >> video game stars based on real life stars. u.s. women's soccer team, video game superstars.
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3,000 people took part in a weekend to raise awareness about mental illness. the mani walk took place in golden gate park yesterday morning. the group's mission, to remove the stigma of mental illness and offer reresources for family and individuals affected by mental health issues. >> it's a celebration, saying
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yeah, we are people in the community, whether it's teachers, law enforcement, or your neighbor, brother, sister. mom. saying yeah, we're coming out, yeah, we can live productive lives with severe mental illness. >> according to nama nearly 60 million americans experience a mental health condition every year. alex morgan will not be in top form when the world cup begins in eight days. she's battling a left knee injury and missed yesterday's exhibition game in new jersey against south korea. the usf missed her as the game ended in the scoreless tie. it's the first time the u.s. women failed to score a goal at home since 2008. morgan hasn't played in a competitive match since april 11th. the u.s. is the second ranked women's team in the world behind germany. the u.s. is looking to win their third world cup but it won be easy. the teams are divided into six groups of four. experts call the u.s. group the group of death because there's so many top teams but julie
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faldi likes the chances of the red, white and blue. >> when you look at morgan and warmback and sidney larue and go down the list. countries are begging for just a couple of those. >> it's all i think about. i think we can have a chance. >> the u.s. is known for their depth and versatility. there's concern about player safety though because they are going to be playing on artificial turf instead of grass. the women's world cup is in canada. here's a schedule of the americans' first three games. here's your chance to become alex morgan or hope solo. peninsula videogame marker electronic arts included the u.s. women's team in its new game. fifa 16. morgan and fellow northern california soccer star megan
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rupino helped ea simulate player meumplet. a victory today in the oakland as will capture the four-game series against the yankees. oakland got the first two games and then -- first inning, new york's brian mccann, with that hit yankees on the board 1-0. third inning all tied at 1-1 and josh reddick steps into the box, nice swing and shot to right. simeon comes forward, 2-1 oakland. fast forward to the sixth, as up 3-2 and carlos bell translams one 400 plus feet to center. yankees go on to win 5-3, a 1:05 start today at the coliseum. the giants also with the 1. 05 start. tim lynch comon the hill -- linthicus looking for his hit of the season. wouldn't get it. top of the third, more of the
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same. cameron mayben with single to right, 2-0 atlanta. in fact the braves score in the fourth, fifth, eighth. then in the ninth former giant juan uribe with the crashing blow. giants have had better days. 8-0 against atlanta is your final. it's becoming old hat, the san francisco giants will visit president obama at the white house on thursday. it will be their third time to see the commander in chief for each of the team's world series championships in san francisco. these are pictures from the giants first trip to esee the president after the 2010 victory and he will congratulate the team and recognize their efforts to give back to the community. it's part of the president's program to honor sports teams for their efforts on and off the field. major crackdown is about to get underway in san francisco. the new cameras you might see being installed downtown and what they are designed to do. >> the case of a missing 6-year- old girl in sacramento takes a tragic turn. where her body was found and who is in jail in connection
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with the murder? >> i'm tracking a cooldown for the second part of your weekend. current conditions and the afternoon highs coming up.
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with brain cancer. how the biden family and president obama are remembering him this morning. >> hundreds of families in the bay area are giving a new loving home to a shelter pet. the event that continues today where you can adopt a dog or cat for free. good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2". sunday may 31st. i'm mike mibach. >> good morning, i'm claudine wong. hard to believe that may is over and it's going out a little chilly. rosemary, trying to warm it up for us but may not get that warm, right? especially if we were liking yesterday. >> yeah. temperatures are coming down. i had a few people facebook me and say wow, oak dale hit 93. 88 in antioch this afternoon. it was really warm for some inland areas. around the bay comfortable and along the coast another cool one. temperatures dropping off for today. especially for the inland cities. so some relief coming your way if yesterday was just a bit toasty. giving you a look over the east bay hills, the clouds are back
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this morning. in addition to a deeper marine layer and low cloud cover. we have high and mid-level clouds. has to do with the system off our coast and that is helping to bring the cooldown. winds onshore, fairfield reporting 28 miles per hour, a light breeze in concord and areas around oakland we've got 7 with calm conditions in novato as well as santa rosa. onshore breeze continues today. temperatures will drop off. at the moment we have 55 in walnut creek. 51 napa. 54 at sfo and 56 mountainview. in san jose 57. when we get into the afternoon we are going to see some clearing, although i think we'll be in and out of the sun and clouds for most of the day. notice here as we get into 12:00, 1:00 in the afternoon they do begin to thin out just a little bit. in addition to the low clouds we'll have the mid and high level clouds and the color- coding says a lot. upper 50s along the coast. i watched this shade of blue day after day. that is not going to change. but our inland areas, we had widespread orange here and into
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the sacramento valley yesterday, reds indicating 90s. that's what they hit in portions of the sacramento valley yesterday. today only 70s. if you look at the bay area, you'll see -- you don't see orange at all. not likely even to hit 80 today. a quick peek at the numbers. 64 oaklands for the afternoon. 66 san rafael. 71 napa. 76 livermore. yesterday well upper 80s. the system bringing us the cooldown could also bring a little drizzle, perhaps a few sprinkles. on the futurecast model we'll look at the extended forecast for the week ahead coming up. secretary of state john kerry is in stable condition after breaking his leg in a bicycling accident in france. he was in nearby geneva this weekend for nuclear talks with iran but crashed his bike during a morning ride and broke his right thigh bone. he's an avid cyclist. this is video of him at a past
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cycling event. paramedics and doctor were in his motorcade at the time of the accident. he's said to be alert, in good spirits and will make a full recovery. tributes are pouring in for the eldest son of vice president joe biden. 46-year-old joseph biden iii known as beau died yesterday from brain cancer. he was a former delaware attorney general and planned to run for governor of delaware. beau biden suffered a series of health problems in recent years, was hospitalized earlier this month at walter reed national medical center. he did survive a car crash in 1972 that killed biden's then wife and 13 month daughter. in 2008 biden spoke of that traumatic time. >> one of my earliest memories was being in that hospital. my dad us a at our side. we, my brother and i, not the senate, were all that he cared about. he decided not to take the oath of office. he said then delaware can get another senator, but my boys can't get another father.
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[ cheering and applause ] >> the biden family released a statement which read in part -- the man who reported a 6- year-old sacramento girl missing now accused of murder. jadianna larson was reported missing thursday. the sacramento county sheriffs' deputies say the girl's burned body was found in a field nearly 100 miles north of sacramento in glenn county. deputies arrested juan rivera who is the boyfriend of the girl's mother. he says he saw her at their apartment early thursday and then suffered a seizure and passed out. deputies say the mother is cooperating with the investigation. >> this mother is not being looked at as a suspect in this case. the mother has had a legitimate reason for not being around. >> investigators later said the mother was away for medical
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treatment for several days when the girl disappeared, rivera is scheduled to appear in court tuesday. he's being held without bail. new this morning -- san francisco city leaders are looking into installing cameras that would catch speeders. san francisco already has cameras that capture drivers who run red lights and park in muni zones. city leaders want to install radar beams in cameras that capture speeding motorists but right now state law doesn't allow the use of such technology. city officials say it's not slowing them down. they plan on seeking sponsors for legislation to allow the devices. today is the last scheduled day off for the warriors. they have practices starting tomorrow leading to thursday's game. game one of the nba finals against of course the cleveland cavaliers. the team did have a light workout yesterday. the head coach steve kerr also talked about clay thompson. people concerned about his health after suffering that concussion last wednesday night. >> there's a progression of tests he has to go through that
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is nba protocol. he's going through that process, and all is going very well. >> do you have a game plan considering he may not be here? >> no. i'm anticipating him to be there. >> reporter: despite his injury the warriors still look confident and relaxed. check out that shot, allie rasmus took video of that yesterday at practice. steph curry with that over the head halfcourt trick shot. nothing but net. there it goes. one of the men credited with helping create the warriors is leaving. assistant coach alvin gentry hired to coach the new orleans pelicans, for four years, nearly $14 million. his last head coaching job was with the phoenix suns. gentry will remain with the warriors through the nba finals. the bottlerock festival continues in napa valley today. tonight organizers say they are expecting to see their biggest crowd.
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>> there are still a limited number of tickets available on the web site for today's event. it's going to be at the napa valley effects pocenter in -- expo center in downtown napa. 100,000 are expected to attend. organizers say that is about 20,000 more than last year. the event isn't really just about music. also plenty of great food and wine. >> i think it's amazing. the weather is beautiful. the decorations are cool. >> some neighbors say they are frustrated because bottlerock causes big traffic backups in the area. event parking is prohibited. along residential streets but some people are taking advantage of that and turning a profit charging $100 to park in the area. bottlerock gets underway at noontime today. here's a quick rundown of the headliners.
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>> for more information or to see photos from day one and two go to ktvu.com. maddie's fund will continue paying adoption fees at shelters today across the bay area. fox 2 reporter allie rasmus live in oakland at one of the shelters where the free adoption event is being held. >> reporter: we're outside of oakland animal services where yesterday hundreds of pets found a new loving home as part of a weekend long program called pet adoption days. it's organized and funded by an organization called maddie's fund i have rich avonzino who is the president, you got your puppy -- not a puppy actually, she's 15 but you found your companion here about three years ago through this program. tell us about her. >> this is brie. and brie came to us because of maddie's pet adoption days. we dropped by to visit, she had been found on the streets of oakland, she had a lot of
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soars, a lot of problems but oakland animal services did fantastic job in helping her recover. and they were kind enough to let us adopt her. they got some money for basically doing that but part of pet adoption days we got a free pet but she provided us with a phenomenal amount of love and they get a little bit of economic support which helps them do some wonderful work at the oakland animal shelter. >> reporter: for people watching, maybe thinking of adopting a pet why is this a good weekend to do it? through this program? >> you can get a great companion, you can get a loving best friend. and they are for free. doesn't cost you anything. the animals have been microchipped, spayed and neutered. they've been given vaccinations, they've been given health checks. i consider them preowned and certified and they would make somebody a great home and costs you nothing. the organizations that are doing this great work, they get an economic stipend to basically help carry on the work not only for this weekend
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but for the entire year. it's a win/win. i reduces everybody's costs. make it easy for adopters, you get a great companion, the shelters are empty and everybody goes home. >> reporter: richie vance with maddi e's fund. close to 100 shelters and rescue operations across the bay area are taking part in this program. not only almeida, but contra costa, santa clara and san francisco counties. they are hoping for another successful day across the bay area. yesterday more than 2,300 pets bay areawide found new homes as part of this program. back to you. if you are looking to expand your family and adopt a homeless pet we have a link to the pet adoption days web site on our web site ktvu.com. you can find out which shelters near you participating in the event. just click on the web links section of the home page. dangerous side shows in the city of oakland. at 8 : 30 -- the big crowds and stunts that have police
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concerned. >> first a rare session at the nation's capital today. the key part of the patriot act that is up for debate. what could happen if a decision is not made by midnight? >> if you're attending bottlerock festival we would love to see your photos. share them or tweet them.
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live look over the bay point area, mount diablo there. mix of clouds outside our doors this morning. low, mid, high clouds. cooler weather on the horizon for your sunday afternoon. i'll have a look at the temperatures coming up. unless there's a last- minute deal the patriot act -- with the several laws used against spies and terrorists it's going to expire tonight. a rare sunday session could prevent it from happening. the senate leader wants senators to discuss key sections of the act, including collecting americans' phone records. the house of representatives already approved a version called the usa freedom act which the president also backs.
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>> the usa freedom act accomplishes something i called for a year and-a-half ago. it ends the bulk metadata program, the bulk collection of phone records as it currently exists and puts in place new reforms. the government will no longer hold these records. telephone providers will. >> the kentucky senator rand paul says he will use his right to delay a final vote until after the deadline which is midnight on the east coast. he says way the law will inspire. four americans are being held by rebels in yemen. they are believed to be imprirchedz in the capital city, attempts by the state department to win their release so far failed. three americans hold private sector jobs, the fourth has dual citizenship in the united states and yemen. thousands of schools in nepal reopened to students after suffering massive damage from earthquakes in both april and may but with most of the buildings still unsafe classes are being held in temporary classrooms. according to unicef the nepal
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high school dropout rate is a major concern. two earthquakes hit april 25th and may 12th and combined killed 8700 people and injured more than 22,000 others. we are now finding more information out on japan's 7.8 magnitude earthquake. there has been no major damage, no serious injuries but there was a lot of shaking in buildings and out there on city streets. the quake struck off-shore about 600 miles south of tokyo and nearly 400 miles below the earth's surface. three years ago a 9.0 quake hit japan and caused a tsunami that killed more than 8,000 people. time 8:16. let's head back to rosemary for a check of our sunday forecast. it looks a little bit clearer out there. >> our inland areas enjoying some sunshine. a mix of sun and clouds this morning. the low clouds hugging the coastline again. inside the bay, patchy drizzle
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a possibility. a system off-shore that will not only cool us down, going to bring a possibility of a few sprinkles. giving you a live look there into the east bay, the clouds will begin to clear out a little bit more for the afternoon. thinning out some. we won't lose them altogether. again these clouds associated with this system here, you see off-shore it will take a northeasterly track as it moves inland. we'll be brushed with just the tail end of it but we'll get the mid and high level clouds, the stronger onshore breeze and temperatures coming down for the afternoon. marine layer already deeper right now than it was 24 hours ago. a view into the future, as we get into the second part of the morning notice again the clouds begin to break away. we get more sunshine by about lunchtime, the coast not going to clear. another cloudy day for the coast, off-shore notice, we have scattered showers already beginning to develop. today's going to be a dry day but as we get into late tonight and early tomorrow morning that possibility of drizzle, a few sprinkles, will be with us especially the north bay as well as the coastline.
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stopping it for you again tomorrow morning as we get out to work, maybe the little ones to school. that possibility of maybe some drizzle and a few sprinkles and that is really about it. 57 degrees in concord. 54 in sfo. to the north bay, temperatures a little cooler, 51 santa rosa and 51 novato, napa as well. our inland areas, definitely going to feel the difference. 71 napa today. 70 santa rosa. that is 5 to 8 degrees cooler than yesterday afternoon. 66 san rafael. low 60s in sausalito. low 60s around almeida and oakland. inland cities, areas like antioch and brentwood nearing 90 degrees yesterday. today you won't even hit 80. 77 brentwood. 75 danville. in the santa clara valley for the afternoon nice and mild, 74 san jose. and mid-70s expected morgan
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hill. 75 sarring toa. the peninsula this afternoon, low 60s to low 70s. 60 for san francisco, a cool day there. low 70s in woodside. 74 palo alto. can't catch a break along the coast, mostly cloudy skies and upper 50s to low 60s. extended forecast here, a little bit of drizzle perhaps tonight into tomorrow morning. partly cloudy skies for the afternoon, tomorrow temperatures will be slightly cooler for your monday afternoon and then we get back to a gradual warm-up. when i say gradual i mean 75 tuesday, 75 on wednesday -- >> you mean slow warm-up? >> yes, slow. >> baby steps. >> if you're getting out to exercise, pool, mostly cloudy, a nice one. lots of people got on bikes this morning, 2,500 of them. they are about an hour into a seven-day, 545-mile bike ride that will take them from san francisco to los angeles. it's an annual event, it's called ends life cycle.
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put on by the san francisco aids foundation and the los angeles lgbt center. the event raises money and awareness in the fight against hiv and aids. the cyclists took off from the cal palace 6:30 this morning. this year's ride is expected to raise more than $15 million. records could be broken at this morning's rock 'n' roll marathon in san diego. check out 92-year-old harriett thompson of north carolina. 92 years old, cancer survivor. and this morning she's hoping to become the oldest woman to finish a marathon. it will be her 16th time running in this. i'm pretty sure, she's got a good chance. last year she set a record. she beat the previous record for a woman 90 years or older. >> good luck. big smile. cutting back because of the drought in the bay area. tight water use restriction that's will go into effect tomorrow in one city. >> are you one of those people
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who always forgets your password. a new device could bring it back with the touch of a finger.
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>> we're going to get you out! run! >> san francisco takes center stage at this weekend's box office and it's proven to be a big hit. "san andreas" is on track to generate $47 million to put it at the top spot for this weekend's box office. the new movie starring the rock
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brought in $18.2 million on its first night. it shows a massive earthquake hitting san francisco and the devastation that follows. a recycling center in the bay area is trying to find a woman who dropped off an old apple computer that turned out to be worth $200,000. according to the company, the woman dropped off boxes of electronics, cleaned out her garage after her husband died. she didn't want a tax receipt, left no contact information but a few weeks later workers opened the boxes and found an apple 1 computer. that is one of about 200 first generation apple computers that were made in 1976. the company's vice president sold it and says he would like to split those proceeds with the woman. help is on the way for all of us who struggle to keep track of our different passwords and thanks to two high school students. everyday companies turn to the internet and everyday consumers are then required to remember more passwords. five years ago the average person had to remember five
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passwords. today guess what that number is? 81. that is why two teens have come one a device known as crypta, that is going to store all your passwords, they will be there at the tip of your finger. >> so what we basically do is turn your fingerprint into your master pass. as long as you have your fingers you're good to go. >> crypta also uses military grade encryption and secure offline storage and unlike other passwords apps, you don't even need to remember one password. annual on-line auction, you could share a meal with warren buffett, begins 7:30 tonight. the ebay auction is through friday night with proceeds going to glide memorial church. in the past years, bids range from $25,000 to $3.5 million. last year's auction brought in nearly $2.2 million and the winner was allowed to invite
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seven friends. the longest leg of a solar plane's flight around the world is now underway. the solar impulse 2 powered only by solar energy took off from nanjing, china this afternoon. it's headed for hawaii. the seventh and most dangerous leg of the trip, there's no place to make an emergency landing except in the ocean. if it's suspectsful it will be the -- if successful it will be the first flight that doesn't require a drop of liquid fuel. how were firefighters able to bring some people to safety in the sow bay? >> hundreds of families in the bay area are giving a new home to a shelter pet. the event continues today to adopt a pet for free. >> outside our doors, partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies. a cooldown in store for your sunday afternoon. i'll look at what you can expect and the week ahead coming up.
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here's a look at some of the top stories we're following this morning. secretary of state john kerry is recovering from a serious bicycle accident in the alps on the switzerland border. he's a cycling enthusiast and this is video of him at a past event. he crashed during a morning ride and broke his right thigh bone. he will return to the united states and be forced to skip the rest of his european trip. that focused on international terrorism and iran's nuclear
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program. brain cancer has taken the life of beau biden, eldest son of vice president joe biden. biden was just 46, an iraq war veteran and recipient of the bronze star. he was a former delaware attorney general and leaves behind a wife and two children. san francisco city leaders are looking into installing cameras that would catch speeders. the city already has cameras that capture drivers who run red lights and park in those muni zones. now some city leaders want to install radar beams in cameras that capture speeding motorists but since state law doesn't allow the use of such technology city officials say they plan on seeking sponsors for legislation that would allow those devices. time now is 8:30. it's nice outside. it's not warm and summery like we had for a couple days but not bad. >> finally was getting to good weather around the bay. now we're cooling down again. we've been waiting for sunshine.
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giving you a live look at plenty of gray to start the day. over the bay bridge and a shooting from san francisco, you can see just a few peaks of the sunshine trying to break through there. our inland communities enjoying a mix of sun and clouds but along the coast and around the bay low clouds again this morning. storm tracker 2 showing you widespread, low, mid and high level clouds, have to do with the system that is bringing us a cooldown for sunday afternoon. most notable for our inland cities. fairfield now 29 mile-per-hour winds and gusting to 35. this is an indicator of that cool pacific air being pumped well inland. napa just a light breeze. oakland and concord doing the same at 7 miles per hour. 57 in concord. 59 livermore. 54 in sfo. these are similar numbers to yesterday morning but the marine layer deeper than yesterday morning and again that sea breeze is stronger. 51 novato. 51 santa rosa. soliciting to the -- shifting to the peninsula, 55 foster city and belmont.
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palo alto 59. in the afternoon low 60s expected for downtown san francisco. low to mid-60s for the east bay shoreline. get up over the east bay hills an inland, it will be a mild day. not as hot as we were yesterday. with the warmer locations only getting into the upper 70s today as opposed to the upper 80s. take a quick peek, 76 expected for livermore. 65 in vallejo. for those outdoor festivities going on 64 oakland. as play later today. giants as well. expect to be in the low 60s for at&t park. 71 mountainview. 74 expected in san jose. tonight into tomorrow the possibility of a few sprinkles coming our way. again due to the system that will bring us a cooldown for the afternoon. we'll look at that and take you into the week ahead coming up. new this morning -- firefighters in san jose are investigating the cause of a house fire that injured three people, it happened after midnight at a two-story home on
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glen fox court. firefighters say so people were in the home at the time. a few escaped to the roof. firefighters got them interest there. firefighters say it took 30 minutes to get the fire out. the three hurt suffered minor injuries. oakland police are searching for a driver who they believe deliberately hit and killed a man. police found that victim after 11:00 on friday night. on 28th street near san pablo avenue. he was pronounced dead at the scene. police are treating him death as a homicide and looking for a 2013 white toyota fj cruiser. police identified the victim as 47-year-old roadways vaughn of oakland. police not saying how many people were arrested after a sideshow on 880 yesterday morning. [cars screeching] >> at least three cars performed stunts. there are about 100 people, more than that, that stopped to watch. that blocked high street and the ramps to the freeway.
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it did take several minutes for police to respond. oakland police won't say if anyone was hurt. ktvu obtained the video of the sideshow and the man who shot it said he was hit by a rock when someone saw him reporting the illegal activity. during the summer season officers are expecting a rise in the number of motorcycle riders traveling through napa county. according to the chp an officer will be assigned to the area to be sure motorcyclists and the drivers around them are complying with safe driving habits. the decision comes after three motorcyclists were injured in crashes on may 24th all within an hour of one another. search and rescue teams are looking for 11 people still missing after more than a week of floods in texas. at least 31 people died across the states of texas and oklahoma. and the rain continues to fall but forecasters there say the storms should let up sometime tomorrow. that is good news for some people who have been on the verge of having to evacuate their homes. >> i just wonder what people are going to do if it rains
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more. >> we just pray we don't get another 3 feet of water. >> it's the highest we've ever seen and we've been here 15 years. >> emergency crews are warning people to stay in their homes if they can. and to be prepared to evacuate quickly if they get word their neighborhood is in danger. one texas restaurant owner says he has no intention of shutting down despite the rising floodwaters. sneaky pete's in lewisville, northwest of dallas, roads there surrounding the business are covered by more than 3 feet of water and the water level is not expected to drop for a month. the owner hopes his restaurant can provide a sense of community and hot meal to people who are suffering. bart is now facing a lawsuit after one bart officer was killed by another officer. in january of 2014 sergeant tom smith was searching an apartment in dublin when officer michael mays shot him to death. mays said he thought smith was an intruder. smith's widow filed papers in federal court friday alleging that bart denied smith tactical
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training and a deputy chief criticized officers for who asked -- officers who asked for it. a group of parents is going after a san jose district after a former elementary school steveer was convicted of molesting students in his classroom. according to the san jose mercury news, families of four of the victims ask the jury to hold the evergreen school district and its administrators responsible. he was convicted of molesting five students and serving 57 years to life in prison. the trial is set to begin monday. a plan to remove nonnative trees starting a contentious debate. it would take 10 years to complete the fire hazard reduction plan because it would require removing thousands of eucalyptus and other trees. fema recently approved the
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plan. friday night oakland city council's public safety committee voted to accept the money and some people are concerned. >> people from all over the bay area come to the hills to re- create, all those people are going to be horrified if the trees start falling. >> people oppose the plan say they hope a lawsuit will stop it before it even starts. others who fear a devastating fire welcome the idea but both sides agree without the trees the landscape will look dramatically different. tomorrow is the kickoff of the muni challenge starting tomorrow san francisco mayor ed lee and seven city supervisors will ride muni as their main way of getting around town. they've promised to use it for 22 days, then tweet about their experiences. they also say if they don't use the light rail and cable car or bus system on any single day they will tweet the reason why. everyone who uses it is invited to join the challenge and use the hashtag onboardsf.
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more than 2300 bay area animals in their forever homes thanks to maddie's fund. the free adoption event continues today. allie rasmus is in oakland at one of the participating shelters. are you looking for a pet to bring home? >> reporter: i can show you guys a lot of the really cute dogs and cats that they have out here. they had a really successful day, this was the oakland animal services, this is one of close to 100 different shelters and rescue organizations take part in this weekend long event called pet adoption days. they had a very successful day yesterday. you can see from some of the stamps here, about 30 dogs were adopted and 17 cats but they still have a lots of animals here that need forever homes. this is a good weekend, if you're thinking of adopting a pet to come to one of the participating shelters and do it. richie vance is president of mad maddie's fund, you are a nonprofit organization that
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supports this event. why is this a good time for people this weekend, a good time to consider adopting a pet? >> you can get a family -- four-legged family member for free. doesn't cost you anything. the shelters already microchipped the animals, spayed and neutered them. vaccinated, health checked. preowned certified great companion for a lifetime. we're going to give disiemp 4 million if -- $4 million if people can empty the shelters. it's a win/win for everybody. >> you're not only the president of the organization that does the program, you are a beneficiary as well. who is this? >> this is "puddy," who represents the kinds of a animal you will find at the shelter. 15 years old, very mellow. just a wonderful family member. >> you found her here? >> yes, we find all the animals in shelters and rescues. they are the best place to
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adopt, the first place to adopt and this weekend couldn't be a better time. >> the motto you have is to empty the shelters. >> find everybody a loving home. it's perfect because you get a lifetime companion, you get a love of your life, and the shelters get some economic assistance. >> thank you so much. oakland animal services opens 10:00 this morning. they are hoping and expecting a lot of people to come through as part of the event. they are one of close to 100 shelters across the bay area taking part in this. almedia, contra costa, san francisco and santa clara counties. if you can't come to oakland animal services there's a lot of other places to go to adopt a pet today for free. back to you. >> sounds great. we put all the shelters and participating shelters on our web site at ktvu.com. so make it a little easier for folks. thank you so much. former cal soccer star alex morgan will reportedly be less than 100% when the u.s. begins the women's world cup in canada in eight days. the u.s. took on south korea
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yesterday in the last tuneup match before the world cup. it was a scoreless draw. morgan has a knee injury and hasn't played in a competitive match since april 11th. she and the rest of the team are coming alive in a new video team. peninsula maker electronic arts included the u.s. women in fifa 16, including all the top men's teams in the world along with a dozen women's teams. the women's world cup is being held in canada. here's the schedule of america's first three games. >> if the u.s. women's team does well it will advance to the next stage of the world cup beginning on the weekend of june 20th. time now 8:41. the sacramento area community heartbroken. tragic ending to the case of a missing 6-year-old and the person in custody. >> saving water in north bay. new restrictions go into effect tomorrow.
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>> if you are attending lerock this weekend we want to see your photos. bottlerock.
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good morning. happy sunday to you. a live look there over san jose starting out with mostly cloudy skies. 57 degrees. and a light northwesterly breeze. there's recent data that shows the mountain snowpack across california is zero percent of normallal. that is according to measurements taken at 98 stations, that means even before summer begins there will essentially be no more of the crucial snow melt the state relies on to replenish streams and reservoirs that supply the water. on april 1st when the snow pack hit a record low of 6% of normal governor brown issued that first statewide mandatory water restriction. now with snow pack gone and state entering the fourth year of the drought such catbacks may be just the beginning. the ongoing drought does have more and more bay area
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residents looking for ways to save water but officials say they can also make money doing it. the contra costa water district, just one of several agencies giving qualified customers a dollar for every square foot of lawn they dig up. each program does vary but in contra costa county only front yards qualify and you have to have an inground irrigation system. >> i don't qualify for it because i don't have an inground sprinkler system. i'm going to go ahead and do it but it would have been easier if i would have qualified. >> local nurseries saying they are getting more requests for drought tolerant plants. they say once those are established they only have to be watered once every two weeks. starting tomorrow most people in marin county are going to face new restrictions on watering their yards. the districts there have to cut total usage by 20%. one way to do it, allowing customers to water landscaping just three days a week. all watering is also banned within 48 hours of measurable rainfall. president obama and
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republican lawmakers are at odds over new environmental protection regulations. the president says the rule regulating small streams and wetlands will protect drinking water of more than 117 million americans but the gop calls it a massive government overreach and could subject even puddles and ditches to regulation. the president also says he wants to cut pollution from power plants by 30% by the year 2030. people living near the oakland airport may hear more jet noise in the next few days, because the kebtsor between the main airport and general aviation north field will be closed six nights starting tomorrow night. that means private jets parked on the north field will now be allowed to take off and land on that side of the airport instead of using the main runways. 8:47. let's head to rosemary for a check. gray day we have this morning. >> did you get me coffee? >> yeah, never enough. >> i bet people inland love
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this. it's usually up in the 90s everyday there this time of year. it's inmild for them. >> may ran cool. we had the first couple of days where we hit 90 degrees and now we're cooling off again. meanwhile, around the bay and along the coast it's been cool as well and not much sunshine along the coastline these days. we're going to have another day of cloudy skies. giving you a live look across the oakland estuary and into san francisco you can see in the backdrop. we will continue with the clouds through the morning hours and as we get into the send half we'll have partly cloudy skies, at least away from the coast. the coast is going to be cloudy and cool. in clearlake for today, 62 degrees, a light breeze, mostly cloudy skies. expecting a high today of 82. that's just lovely to her. we're looking at the temperatures coming down. some of us hit the upper 80s near 90 degrees yesterday. 5 to 10-degree drop for the afternoon. 51 santa rosa.
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54 oakland. 57 in san jose. livemore starting at 59. mix of sun and clouds for the inland areas. the marine layer already a little deeper this morning. the onshore breeze is stronger. and again we have a system off the coast that will lead to our cooldown for the afternoon. notice a little bit of rain here, we've got this coming our way as well. not going to see a lot, we may get a little drizzle, a few sprinkles. it will come sunday night into monday. for today, mostly dry, the change will be the notable drop in numbers especially for the inland communities. along the coast stuck in the upper 50s for the entire week. we'll have another day of upper 50s expected in and around daly city as well as pacifica. futurecast into the second half of the day, clouds overhead will begin to pass on and we will look at partly cloudy skies, mostly clear skies, at least away from the coast notice if you don't have any clearing going on along the coastline. behind me is the rain, that will begin to move inland. this system is going to take a northeasterly track. we're going to catch just the tail end. it doesn't look like it's going
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to give us much but we may have a little drizzle late tonight into early tomorrow morning. in fact i'll bring you all the way into your monday morning. probably don't want to think about it yet but here it is. possibility of a few sprinkles as we start the day. again that is about it. temperatures for the afternoon today, as hosting the yankees, 62 degrees, westerly breeze, partly cloudy skies. so not bad for a ballgame. as we head to the giants, at&t park, 60 degrees expected at game time. southwesterly wind 15 miles per hour and partly cloudy skies. afternoon highs today, 68 petaluma as well as kentfield. 61 richmond. 75 walnut creek. 68 castor valley. into the south bay, 7 a morgan hill and saratoga. 73 santa clara and 70 redwood city. a cool 60 for san francisco. extended forecast, temperatures dropping off just a little more monday. then we don't change much as we get into tuesday/wednesday. slight warm-up thursday. south bay congressman mike honda has a challenger in the
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2016 election. ro khanna launched his campaign to unseat honda. he lost last year to honda by less than 4%. khanna says he is counting on higher turnout to push him further this time. he receive endorsements from several ceo's during his presidential campaign. former maryland governor martin o'malley jumped into the 2016 presidential race. with an announcement in baltimore. the 52-year-old candidate met the voters. he said o'malley needs to make changes to get the economy back on track and restore the united states' status as a great nation. >> our economy is people. our economy is not money. our economy is people. and we have to put people in the center of our economic decisions. we have to make the investments in order to educate the next generation at higher and better levels without saddling them with a lifetime of debt.
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>> o'malley says he also supports raising the minimum wage making it easier for people to join unions and invest in industries including renewable energy. beating the odds. how a 92-year-old woman plans to break records this morning at the san diego rock 'n' roll marathon. >> get ready to pay more to visit the happiest place on earth. the new plan considered by the park that could mean some days are more expensive than others.
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it's been 10 years since alabama teen natalee holloway went missing on a trip to aruba. she had been celebrating high school graduation with her classmates. she was last seen leaving a nightclub with several people including the prime suspect. a judge declared holloway dead in 2012. her body was never found. joran van der sloot is currently serving 28 years behind bars for the murder of a
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21-year-old woman in peru. google has come one a way that may get expansion plans approved by the city council in mountainview. earlier this year google had original plans to expand and were denied but on friday the search engine giant filed new plans for a translucent dome that would be located near the current headquarters. that building would overlook charleston park. according to the san jose mercury news, per a 2007 lease agreement google could be allowed to build up to 595,000 square feet of office space. walt disney parks and resorts may be considering charming more for higher demand days. it would impact high impact days during the summer, christmas and spring break. disney sent out an on-line survey to annual passholders asking for their opinions on a pricing schedule for daily tickets. it would be split into three tiers, gold, silver and bronze. gold would use -- any time, would cost $115. silver tickets could be used almost every day except peak
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days and that would be $1035. bronze passes could only be used on offpeak weekends for $99. a victory today in the oakland as will capture the four-game series against the yankees. oakland got the first two games. then last night, first inning, first and second for new york's brian mccann, he got the hit there as well as an rbi. it's 1-0, to the yankees. third, all tied at 1-1, reddick with the nice swing and shot to right. simeon comes around to score. 2-1 oaklands. fast forward to the sixth, as up 3-2 and karl -- carlos bell tran. yankees don't look back and go on to win 5-3, a 1:05 start today at the coliseum. the giants also a 1:05 at their home park in china basin. tim religion comis looking for his sixth win of the season. he would not get it. brandon crawford, usually a sure thing at shortstop, just
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can't get that one and with it 1-0 braves. top of the third more of the same. cameron with the single to right, 2-0 atlanta. braves would score in the fourth, fifth and eighth. and then in the ninth former giant juan uribe with the crushing blow to left. giants have had better days. 8-0 atlanta is your final. the white house has become almost a second home to the giants. and this thursday they will visit president obama at 1,600 pennsylvania avenue for the third time in five years. these are pictures from the first trip there in 2010. after their world series victory. you can see former giants such as pablo sandoval, brian wilson. on thursday president obama will congratulate the team as well as recognize their efforts to give back to the community. it's part of the president's program to honor sports teams for their efforts on as well as off the field. speaking of sports teams -- 8:57. there are still obviously concerns about warriors guard klay thompson. what does the coach say about
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a crackdown on drivers in san francisco. the new plan by the city and who they are targeting. hundreds of pets up for adoption, and it won't cost awe thing to bring one home. the event today and why organizers say the goal is to empty out shelters like this. good morning to you. welcome back to mornings on 2. it is sunday, may 31st. >> on this last day of may, june is knocking on the door, summer just a few weeks away. >> wow, i know. outside our doors it doesn't really feel like it. it kind of does feel like the bay area surges but we're changing things up today. our temperatures are actually
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going to be coming down. our inland areas will see a five to 10-degree drop. maybe that will make you happy. maybe you enjoyed yesterday's warm-up. the on shore breeze is with us, quite strong through the delta. there's one indicator of changes coming our way. the marine lay ser deeper this morning. and again our temperatures will be falling. let's take a look at what's happening. widespread clouds. the low clouds, the fog back with us. inside the bay our inland communities, low clouds, a mix of high-level clouds as well. a little hard to decipher from that picture what we have, but again those different level clouds will continue to be with us. the on shore breeze through fairfield has picked up through the last hour now gusting to 35 miles per hour. so another indicator of the cool-down coming our way. as we get into the second part of the morning these clouds are going to peel back. the mid and high level clouds will begin to thin out for the afternoon. we won't lose them altogether but they won't be as thick.
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low clouds hugging the coast the entire day. around the bay, 60s expected, but take a look at our inland cities. this is where it's going to be notable for today. no more 80s in the forecast. mid to upper 80s is what we had in areas like livermore, in concord, antioch. today that shade of orange pushed all the way back into the central valley where they had 90s yesterday. not going to be the case today. into the afternoon, our temperatures again will be cooling back. 71 for napa today, for bottlerock. as we get into tonight the system that's bringing us the cool down may bring us a little bit of drizzle, a few sprinkles tomorrow morning. i'll show you the futurecast model. >> thanks rosemary. new this morning secretary of state john kerry is coming home early from an overseas trip after covering broken leg. he was in switzer land but was taking a bike ride when he crashed along the french-swiss border and fractured his right
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femur. this is video of kerry in a past cycling event. doctors say he is alert. he is listed in stable condition but recovering from this type of injury could take a year and a half before he completely heals. vice president and joe biden and his family dealing with a heavy loss. his eldest son, joseph biden iii, known as beau, has died from brain cancer. he was a form other attorney general in delaware. he had planned to run for governor next year. he was hospitalized earlier this month at walter reed medical center. he did survive a car crash in 1972 when he was just three years old. it killed his mother and his 13- month-old sister. in 2008 he spoke about that crash. >> one of my earliest memories was beg in that hospital. my dad always at my side. we, my brother and i, not the senate, were all that he cared about. he decided not to take the oath
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of office. he said then, delaware can get another sen to but my boys can't get another father. >> the biden family released a statement which read in part, beau biden was quite simply the finest man any of us have ever known. president obama released a statement that said, quote, like his dad, beau was a big, deep hearted, dwowtly catholic man and he lives on in their hearts. we've just received word that president obama and the first lady have canceled a white house social event today out of respect for the biden family. the man who reported a six- year-old sacramento man missing is now accused of murder. larson was reported missing thursday. deputies say the girl's body was found burning in a field near 100 miles north of sacramento in glen county. deputies arrested juan rivera, the boyfriend of the girl's mother. he says he saw her at their apartment early thursday and
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suffered a seizure and passed out. deputies say the mother is cooperating. >> this mother is not being looked at as a is in this case. the mother has had a legitimate reason for not being around. >> investigators later said the mother was away for medical treatment for several days when the girl disappeared. rivera is scheduled to appear in court on tuesday. he is being held without bail. new this morning. san francisco city leaders are looking to install cameras that would catch speeders. they already have cameras that capture those who run red lights. now they want to install laser beams to capture speeders but right now the law does not allow that. the warriors are going to enjoy a day off today but they will be back on the court tomorrow. the team did have a light workout. this is their practice facility
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in downtown oakland. they are gearing up for the cleveland cavaliers in the nba times. warriors head coach steve kerr did talk about klay thompson. obviously people very concerned about his health after he suffered this cop cushion last wednesday night. >> there's sort of is a progression of tests that he to go through that's nba protocol. so he's going through that process, and all is going very well. >> reporter: are you prepping for game plans considering he might not be here? >> no, i'm anticipating he is going to be here. >> all right, despite his injury the warriors looked confident and relaxed. our allie rasmus was at practice and recorded this trick shot by stef curry. he went over his head, half court, nothing but net. the warriors will have to deal with a loss from the bench next season. alvin gently has reportedly agreed to a four-year deal
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worth $14 million. his last head coaching job was with the phoenix suns. he is going to remain with the warriors through the nba fines. >> the bottlerock festival is wraps up today. organizers are expecting their biggest crowds tonight because of the headlining performers. [ music ] there are still a limited number of tickets available on bottlerock's website. it's taking place in downtown napa. 100,000 people are expected to attend the three-day music event that began on friday. organizers say attendance is 20,000 more than last year. the 70 not only about music. there's also plenty of great food and wine. >> i think it's amazing. the weather is beautiful. >> some neighbors say they are frustrated because bottlerock causes big traffic backups in the area. event parking is ploibtd along residential streets but some folks are taking advantage of
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it and turning a profit bey charging to park. here's a quick rundown. at 4:15 american authors will take tin tell stage, that's followed by snoop dogg and no doubt. for more information or to see photos go to our website at ktvu.com. yesterday more than 2300 bay areas rescue animals found their forever homes. allie rasmus is live in oakland where the free adoption event is being held. hi, allie. >> reporter: hi claw deefnlt people coming down to oakland animal services and other shelters in the bay area. you can take home a dog or cat for free today as part of a weekend-long event organized by mattie's fund. we have behind here some of the dogs that are up for adoption. you can see they're very
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friendly. they're saying hi to the camera. some of these dogs have been here quite awhile, so they're really trying to make sure that the older dogs don't get left out. they had a successful day yesterday with 30 dogs being adopted out, 17 cats, but martha klein is with oakland animal services. you have a lot more to go including this guy. >> that's right this is sale, and he is up for adoption. he's a two-year-old poodle mix who came into us as stray, was found on the streets of oakland, was evaluated, which is something we do for all of our animals to make sure that we know a little bit more about them, and so that we can place them into homes. that's what he's hoping for today. >> reporter: and there's a big cost savings for people that may be considering adopting a pet. today is a good day to do it. >> it's an awesome day to do it because mattie's fund has basically financed the fees for all of the dogs and cats that are available for adoption so they basically give us a
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stipend, and we adopt them out free of charge to qualified families. >> reporter: and they've been doing it for six years, mat tea's fund has. last year was very successful. how many animals did you adopt out? >> last year 110 dogs and cats, which was amazing. and that's really what we're looking to have happen as well this year. still a little ways to go but you're hoping that you will have a packed house here today with people looking for a family friend. >> that's exactly what we're hoping for. we really want to get as many as possible. we have a lot of dogs particularly that have been living with us up to seven months, which is way long for an animal not to have us own home and its own family. >> and they are just as loving and adoptable. you just have to get past the fact, everyone wants a puppy, but older dogs make great pets. >> i much prefer the ordinarily dogs than the puppies, because the older dogs, you know what
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you are getting, and they tend to be easy to potty train. puppies take longer. >> the oakland animal service opens at 10:00. there are close to 100 taking part in this weekend-long event. we have a list of all those shelters taking part on our website that you can check out. >> all right allie. as you said, the older animal, we certainly hope they find their forever homes. as allie just mentioned if you are looking to expand your family or want to take one of these pets home, we have posted a link on ktvu.com. that has does have all the shelters participating. go to our website and click on the web links section. >> some pet stores as well on that page as well. dangerous side shows inoak land. coming up at 9:30, the big crowds that have police concerned. and paying more to visit a popular bay area park. just how much more you are going to have to pay for admission and parking in the
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good morning. thank you for joining us on this sunday morning. a live look over san francisco. 53 degrees, mostly cloudy skies. partly cloudy for the afternoon. temperatures are coming down. i'll have a look at what you can expect for your
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neighborhood coming up. well, unless there's a last- minute deal the patriot act will expire tonight but there's a lot of controversy. supporters say it's about fighting spies, others argue it violates americans' rights. there's one section, 215, it deals with the nsa practice of collecting and storing certain information about phone calls made by americans. today the u.s. senate is going to hold a rare sunday session on the patriot act. the house of representatives already approved a version called the usa freedom act which the president also backs. >> the usa frame act also accomplishes something i called for a year and a half ago. it ends the bulk met that data program, the bulk collection of phone records as it currently exists, and puts in place new reforms. the government will no longer hold these records. telephone providers will. >> kentucky senator rand paul wants the patriot act provision to expire and is promising to use his trite delay a final vote until after the deadline
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which is midnight on the east coast. at least four americans are being held by rebels in yemen. the americans are believed to be imprisoned in the capitol city. attempts bey the state department to win their release have failed. three of the americans held private sector jobs while the fourth person holds dual citizenship in the united states and yemen. thousands of schools in nepal have reopened after suffering massive earthquake damage but with most buildings still unsafe classes are being held in temporary classrooms. according to unicef, nepal's high school dropout rate is a major concern. combined, the earthquakes killed more than 8700 people and injured 27,000 others. and we're getting new information about japan's 7.1- magnitude quake. there's been no major damage but there was certainly a lot of shake inside the buildings and on city streets. you can see from that camera there. the quake struck offshore.
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you might remember that 9.0 earthquake three years ago. here's a look at the front page of the santa cruz sentinel, the headline reading coast guard defends cleanup. many say there should have been a bigger response to the oil spill along the coast north of santa barbara. here now a look at the front page of the sacramento bee, the headline reading, despite minimum wage hikes it is still a struggle. the city of san francisco raised its minimum wage to $12.25 an hour may 1st. it is expected to rise to $15 an hour by 2018. some people out there are wondering if that's enough, especially with the high cost of living and soaring rent prices. here now a look at the front page of the union tribune in san diego, the headline reading, in the long run. now, just above the photo there's a quote.
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"it's just that i'm 9 2. all you have to do is get to 90, and you get all sorts of attention." that photo is a picture of harriet thompson. she is trying to become the oldest woman to run a marathon. thompson sals cancer survivor. this will be her 16th time running in the rock 'n' roll marathon in san day go. last year she set a record when she finished that race in 7 hours, 7 minutes, 42 second, beating the previous record for a woman 90 years or older. claudine and rosemary, i don't know, i'm just going to be happy if i'm living at 92. >> she's beating her own record. i did a half marathon. i was not smiling. >> i'm embarrassed. >> we should tell viewers at home that we're very distracted in the studio right now, and that's because they can't smell what's happening, but mike is going to go to the third floor balcony in a little bit. they're barbecuing up there. >> we're told that it's being
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brought in by the circulation going on with our ac. >> sought smells like summer in here. it doesn't feel like summer. it's cold. >> oh, hello. >> a live look there. a little preview. didn't you feel like that aroma is just drifting through, heading our way? oh, that looks good. mike will share. >> sometimes the medical is almost better than what it tastes. >> it comes close. >> outside our door as you can see, we are, well, grilling it up. but for most of us starting out, we have the overcast skies, and as you look over the bay bridge, and portions of the bay, a few bits of light there from the sun trying to break through. we have the low clouds, mid level clouds, high level clouds. those mid and high level clouds to have do with a system that entering us cooler weather for today, a deeper marine layer, the on shore breeze. 52 in santa rosa, 54 oakland. we have upper 50s in livermore,
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san jose 59. we'll give you a look at the system. that will continue to approach the coast, and as it dists going to sort of take a northeasterly track. we're going to catch the tail end. today is going to equal a cool- down. this evening could bring us a little drirvelings maybe a few sprinkles. i'll show you in that the futurecast model. here we are, picking it up. as we get into tafnt looks like the mid and high level clouds will want to clear out just a little bit. partly cloudy away from the coastline. notice we continue to be socked in along the coast with cool temperatures for today. there's that rain still offshore, but as we roll through the second half of sunday and early into monday it's now moving into northern california. we still look mainly dry. we may have a little drizzle along the coastline, maybe over parts of the north bay, but while we sleep is i'm stopping it here at 4:00 a.m., notice what's going on. so tomorrow morning we are likely to wake up with a little bit of drizzle and perhaps a few sprinkles. for today we're mainly dry. the headline will be the cooler
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weather especially inland. for today going to see the a's play, low 60, a westerly breeze, partly cloudy skies at game time. the giants will be playing as well. across the bay at at&t park, 60 degrees, partly cloudy skies if you are going in that direction. afternoon highs for today, dropping off, five, even 10 degrees for our inland cities, santa rosa going to 70. going to bottlerock for napa? a mild day, maybe bring an extra layer for that on shore breeze that is expected to turn on. 68 castor valley, antioch, you are going to drop off 12 degrees, going to 76 for the second half. along the peninsula 72 wood side, 60 degrees for downtown san francisco, upper 50s to low 60s for the coast with mostly cloudy skies. the extended forecast, temperatures will fall off just a bit more as we get into monday, and then a little change in the forecast for
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tuesday and wednesday. we will begin another warm-up on thursday, and it looks like it may carry intuse the weekend. >> thank you rosemary. >> starting tomorrow it is going to cost more to park at a popular national park. today the maximum parking fee is $6 a day, but tomorrow it is going to go up to 7. if you are not there all day and you are parking hourly, your fee will go up 20 cents an hour. parking fees are supposed to help pay for improvements inside the park. starting in january interest fees are going to go up from $7 to $10 a day. are you one of those people who always forgets your password, or passwords? i have like 12 of them for different items. well, the new device that could bring your password back to you with the point of your finger.
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break news out of manhattan. a giant crane collapsed this morning and fell on a 30-story high-rise that was under
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construction. this is a live picture of the building. you can see the crane there. seven people were injured and are currently listed in stable condition. falling debris also damaged a second is building nearby. investigators say it is unclear at this time what caused the construction crane to topple. a recycling center in the bay area is trying to find a woman who dropped off an old apple computer that turned out to be worth, guess how much? $200,000. now, this is according to the company. they say the woman dropped off boxes of electronics that she had cleaned out from her garage after her husband passed away. she did not want a tax receipt and she did not leave her contact information. a few weeks later after she dropped them off, the workers opened her boxes and found an apple 1 computer that is one of about 200 made back in 1976. the company's vice president sold it and says he would like to split the proceeds with the woman. help is on the way for all
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of us who struggled to keep track of all of our different passwords. it's all thanks to two high school students. every day more and more companies turn to the internet so that means every day consumers are required to remember more passwords. five years ago the average consumer only had five passwords. today it's 81. two teens have come up with a device known as crypta which will store all your passwords. >> what we basically do is turn your fingerprint into your master pass. as long offs your fingers, you're good to go. >> crypta uses military-grade encryption and storage. unlike other devices, you don't need to remember anything, you just have to touch it. >> it's proving to be a big hit at the box office this weekend,
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that's "san andreas." the new movie starring the rock brought in $18.2 million on its first night. it shows a massive earthquake hitting san francisco and the devastation that follows. this weekend homeowners got a little more encouragement to lose their lawn. the incentives offered to get people to replace their grass with something more watery fish shunt. is hundreds of pets up for adorchtion and it won't cost awe thing to bring them home. the event going on today, and why organizers say the goal is to empty out the shelters.
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9:30. a look at some of the top stories. secretary of state john kerry is in stable condition after breaking his leg in a bicycle crash in france. he was in geneva for nuclear talks with iran but went on this morning's bike ride and fractured his right leg. kerry is an avid cyclist. doctors say he will make a recovery but will now return to the u.s. for treatment. he will miss the rest of his planned european trip. tributes are pouring in for the eldest son of vice president joe biden. 46-year-old joseph is biden iii was known as beau, and he died yesterday of brain cancer. he had planned to run for governor of delaware. president obama said beau was a lot like his dad, both being good big-hearted men that have
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touched many lives. the city is looking into installing cameras with radar beams that capture speeding motorists. since state law does not allow the use of such technology city officials plan to seek legislation for that. if you like wine, beer, gourmet food, downtown mill valley, a nice festival going on. so that could be a little overcast so you might want to bring a last jacket if you are headed to southern marin. >> that's a good idea. it is going to be cooler than what we had yesterday. not bad, just a little cooler. the low clouds are back, the marine layer deeper. the on shore breeze is stronger as a result of system off our coastline that will bring our temperatures down as we get into the afternoon. outside our doors, take a look at all that widespread gray. we have the low clouds, mid clouds, high-level clouds.
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wind blowing 28 miles per hour, gusting to 36. so definitely an indication here of cooler air being pumped through the delta. the morning clouds and the deeper marine layer with us this morning, once those low clouds begin to clear back, we'll continue with the mid and high level clouds. here's a look at the system here. it is going to take a northerly track but it is going to not only cool us down, but bring us a slight chance at a few sprinkles as we get into late tonight. for today we'll be partly cloudy, mostly cloudy along the coastline and temperatures dropping off. temperatures not changing for the coast. upper 50s expected for you, 60s around the bay. the inland areas, that's where we're really going to feel the difference, areas that hit almost 90 degrees yesterday will be in the the upper 70s for today. your temperatures right now 58 degrees in walnut creek, 54 in oakland, 57sfo, 53 degrees in nap pennsylvania. here's the comparison for you. santa rough sacks, today you are going to 70. livermore a big drop coming
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your way. 97 yesterday, today 76. gilroy, you are going to drop four 0 degrees or so. temperatures will continue on the cool side as we start the week ahead. that slight possibility of a few sprinkles late tonight into early tomorrow. i'll show you the futurecast model coming up. new this morning firefighters in san jose are investigating the cause of a house fire that injured three people. it happened on glen fox court. firefighters say 10 people were inside the home at the time. a few of them were able to escape to the roof. firefighters were able to rescue them from there. firefighters say it took 30 minutes to put that fire out. the three people who were hurt surd minor injuries. oakland police are searching for a driver who they believe deliberately hit and killed a man. police found the man on 2nd near san pablo avenue. he was pronounced dead. police are treating the death as a homicide. they are looking for a 2013 white f j cruiser. police have identified the victim as 43-year-old royce vaughn.
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oakland police are not saying how many people were arrested after a huge sideshow yesterday morning. at least three cars performed stunts and more than 100 people stopped to watch. that blocked high street and the ramps to the freeway. it took several minutes for police to respond. oakland police will not say if anyone was hurt. ktvu did obtain this video of the side show. the man who shot it says he was hit by a rock when someone saw him recording the illegal activity. the chp is launching a campaign to increase motorcycle safety. during the summer season officers are expecting a rise in the number of motorcycle riders traveling through napa county. according to the chp an officer is going to be assigned to the area to make sure motorcyclists and the drivers around them are complying with safe driving habits. the decision comes after three motorcyclists were injured on may 24th, all within an hour of one another. >> search and rescue teams are looking for 11 people still missing after more than a week
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of flooding. at least 31 people have died across the states of texas and oklahoma. and the rain there continues to fall. but forecasters in the area say those storms should let up sometime tomorrow. that is good news for some people who have been on the verge of having to evacuate their homes. >> i just wonder what people are going to do if the rains more. >> we just pray we don't get another three feet of water. >> this is as high as we've ever seen it, and we've been out here now for 15 years. >> emergency crews are warning people to stay in their homes if they can and to be prepared to evacuate if their neighborhood sin danger. one restaurant owner says he has no intention of shutting down despite the rising flood waters. sneaky pete's is in lewisville northwest of dallas. the roads surrounding the business are covered by more than three feet of water and the water level is not expected to drop for more than a month. but the owner hopes he can provide a sense of security to
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people suffering with a hot meal. sergeant tom smith was searching an apartment in dublin when officer michael may shot him to death. smith's widow says the deputy chief criticized officers is. bart says its training program exceeds state standards. a group of parents is going after a school district after a former elementary schoolteacher was convicted of molesting students. the san jose mercury news reports the families of four of the victims plan on asking the jury to hold the evergreen elementary school district and its top administrators responsible. two years ago craig chandler was convicted of molesting five of his students. while no damage figure has been put forward, millions of dollars could be at stake for the direct. that trial is set to begin on monday. >> a plan to remove some nonnative trees has started a contentious debate between some neighbors. it would take 10 years to complete the fire hazard reduction plan because it would
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require removing thousands of eucalyptus and other trees. uc berkeley and the city of oakland applied for grant money. fema recently approved it. and friday night oakland city council's public safety committee voted to accept that money. but some people showed up to voice their concerns. >> people from all over the bay area come to the hills to recreate, all those people are going to be horrified if the trees start falling. >> people who oppose the plan say they hope a lawsuit will stop it before it starts. others who fear devastating fire welcome the idea. but both sides agree without the trees the landscape will look dramatically different. the ongoing drought has more and more bay area residents looking for ways to save water but officials say they can also make some money. the contra costa water district is just one of several agencies giving qualified customers a dollar for every square foot of lawn they dig up. each program varies but in
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contra costa county only front lawns qualify, and you have to have an in-ground irrigation system. >> i don't qualify it because i don't have an in-ground irrigation. i'm going to do it butt would have been easier if i would have qualified for the program. >> nurseries say they're hearing more requests for drought tolerant plants. they say once those plants are established they can be watered just once every two weeks. water districts have to cut total usage bey at least 20%. one of the ways is to allow customers to water just three days a week. all watering is banned within 48 hours of measurable rainfall. more than 2300 animals who are looking for a forever home have gotten one thanks to a group called mattie's fund. the free adoption event does continue today. allie rasmus is live in oakland at one of the participating shelters, and what do you have next to you allie?
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>> reporter: oh, we have some really cute little kittens here. yesterday here at oakland animal services they had a pretty good day. 17 kass were adopted out, 30 dogs. you can see they still have some more to go. this is a weekend-long event called pet adoption days. it is organized and fund raised by an organization called mat tea's fund. it's a nonprofit group that gives financial support to animal shelters across the country. they've got close to 100 shelters and rescue organizations they're working with as far as this free adoption weekend. some of the animals have pretty interesting stories. this is martha. who is this with us? >> this is poppy. and poppy is a little six to nine-month-old girl who was hit by a car. she had the unfortunate experience of beg stray out on the street, which is a really dangerous place for animals. and so she has some nerve damage from that injury.
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which can make her hard to adopt. >> reporter: but this weekend there's an extra incentive. >> that's right. it's a free adoption. she has had vet care. there will be a vet on staff who will be able to explain exactly what her injury means, but she's a lovely dog. super sweet, calm. >> reporter: she loves being pet. >> she does. she's a really good girl. we're hoping she finds a home today. >> reporter: how much does the pet adoption days bey mattie's fund help you every year? how much did it raise for you last year? >> last year was about $77,000, which means that we are a municipal shelter and we're always counting 0 our pennies, so that's really helpful to be able to do a few extra things. even helps get them some medical care that we might not be able to provide. >> reporter: so it covers the cost and then some. last year you had over 100 animals adopted. >> 110 animals found new homes. >> reporter: so is you're hoping maybe today will make
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the difference. you've got 30 dogs and 17 counts. >> 47 animals so far. i would love to see us at 100. that would be the goal to get a lot more animals out, which means we have room for more animals, and those animals get into great homes. >> reporter: thanks so much, martha. if you are still on the fence about adopting a pet, oakland animal services is a great place to do it but they also have participating animal shelters in contra costa county, alameda county, san francisco and santa clara as w. oakland animal services opens at 10:00 today. >> we hope they are very, very busy. thanks so much allie. 9:41. tomorrow is the kickoff of the new muni challenge. starting tomorrow the mayor and seven supervisors will ride muni as their main way of getting around. they say if they don't use the light rail, cable car, and cable car system on any single day, they're going to tweet
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their ropes. use the hashtag on board sf. well, the taxi are high, literally. coming up after the break, we're going to put two grillers to the test in preparation for a big competition next week in sonoma county. oh, doesn't that look good. 0!ockñ?çóxo
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good morning to you. perhaps this song has you bopping along. we've got some partly sunny skies. that's a little sliver of blue over san jose. temperatures are in the 50s this morning. if you are just joining us we have a cool-down on the way. i will line up those numbers.
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all right, harris ranch beef is california's largest beef producer. next sunday it is sponsoring a high-stakes grilling competition. 22 teams will compete for the chance to win $1,000 to be donated to their favorite charity. this morning two of the team members are testing their skills. we go now to lucky mike with them on our third floor balcony. how does it smell out there? it smells gin here. >> it's been a tease beg in the studio smelling the barbecue. apparently we have stakes up here. we also have randy keller. this is something you are going to be cooking in the competition next week. >> correct. this is a bone-in ribeye by harris ranch with pepper corn sauce. >> reporter: i'll let you start sea song. that where do you work, randy? >> i work for bay equity
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homeowners. >> reporter: so you're working for that team? >> that's our team. >> reporter: if i vote for you i get a deal on my rate? >> absolutely, mike, you betcha. >> reporter: no, what about your charity? if you win the competition, what's the clarity? >> i've picked disabled vets of america. >> reporter: why is that? >> we have a lot of programs for the vets. if you have ever sat down and talked with a vet, they need some help. i just did a loan for a guy who was shot in afghanistan and woke up three weeks later in germany. all he really wanted was the place to go home with he and his wife. we stepped in at bay equity and helped him buy that home. >> reporter: i love the cause. randy, you keep going. i know you are going to throw it on the grill. i now want to bring in daymon galt. what are you cooking? >> a bone-in ribeye. i've made awe drink. i don't know if you watch it. >> reporter: of course i want.
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that you guys have been watching mornings on 2 for awhile, huh. >> right. we're competing against randy. >> reporter: what team are you representing? >> flat liners. >> reporter: tell us about it. >> we're representing california transplant donor network. i had a heart transplant so that's why i give back to the transplant network whenever i can. anything i can to give back, that's what i do. i'm an ambassador. >> reporter: as a recipient is that something you think about every day, walking through life where that heart came from? >> well, you have to. actually, i found the guy. >> reporter: have you met him? >> not yet. i talked to his brother. he was dead. >> reporter: his family. >> right. >> reporter: but you do think about. >> it is something you can't help. you have to take immune suppression drugs every day to keep yourself alive is over day you have to think about it. >> reporter: how do you go about seasoning your steak? we don't want to give away too many secrets. >> i've got half the secrets.
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a little cayenne pepper, a little kumin, a little arrest reg aragano. >> reporter: what was your drink here? >> bloody mary. >> reporter: can i take a bite, too? >> yeah. i made you a little slider. >> reporter: i will put the microphone down a little bit here. i'll just skip the slider and go right to the bloody mary, if you don't mind. that's a good drink. then you also had a little wayne as well. so there's a little bite. i'll debate if i bring it downstairs. have you tasted his steak? >> not yet, i haven't. >> reporter: do you taste other competitors' food? >> i taste the sauce. it wasn't bad. >> reporter: i know it's a little overcast here, but i'm hoping next weekend blue skies,
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sunshine up there in sonoma county. >> mike, go ahead, we'll take over. eat, drink, don't bring us any. >> reporter: i had a little wine, too. >> pretty standard weekend. >> reporter: only 12 minutes left in the show. just go for it. >> all right, milk's down. >> and he's out. let's talk about this grilling competition. on your screen, the high-stakes grilling competition starts at 10:00 in the morning with food served at 11:00. in santa rosa the grilling starts at 2:00, food served at 3:00, customers at the stores can taste what each team has to offer and then vote on their favorite. it is free to participate. and man, a little jealous. >> a little jealous of what's going on up there. >> mike looks like he was a long suffering journalist. >> oh man. >> not a bad day to grill. you are not going to be sweating out by the grill if
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you want to do that. >> temperatures are coming down. our inland communities, going to be nice, mild, around the bay. fairly comfortable along the coast. cold. >> we need it summer to make us freezing. >> here we go. i want to start out with giving awe look here. national weather service sent this out. the month of may, the rainfall in texas has knocked out the drought. it has been five years since texas has been without drought. and just all that rain they received in may has actually brought them back up to above that stage. so amazing. i mean, we talked about the devastation. there's a lot going on out there. but wow, can you imagine that, that rainfall in may knocked out the drought. at least for texas. here at home we have gray skies. we don't have any rain in the forecast today. the overnight hours may actually get some rain. we're starting out with low and high-level clouds that's beginning to move ashore.
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we are going to get just the tail end of some sprinkles. temperatures are going to be cooler, and we are going to continue with the deeper sea breeze as we get into the afternoon, and a deeper marine layer for the second half as well. here we go into the afternoon as we get into about 12:00 or so. low clouds confined to the coastline. mid and high level clouds continuing for today. we will be in and out of those conditions but take a look at what is over the pacific. there's that rain still offshore. the evening hours, it is going to move ashore. northern california may get a few sprinkles. we are likely to see a little bit of drizzle as well. you don't seat here but as we get into the overnight hours while we're sleeping and then into tomorrow morning, getting out the door, perhaps taking the little ones to school, off to work, we are expecting drizzle and a few scattered showers. that will be for monday morning. for today temperatures will remain on the cool to mild side, 54 in oakland. we have 54 san francisco, 55 for novato.
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66 in brentwood, and we have temperatures again coming down five to 10 degrees for our inland cities. that's where we're going to feel it most. along the coast, upper 50s, mostly cloudy. that's not going to change a whole lot. 76 in antioch, yesterday antioch warmed to 88. 74 san jose, 74 in sunnyvale. as we get up along the peninsula, 60 degrees in san francisco, upper 50s with mostly cloudy skips pacifica. the extended forecast, temperatures will continue to fall off monday. possibility of morning drizzle. a few sprinkles. not a lot of change going on tuesday, wednesday. we do have warmer weather on the way for thursday. we're going to take a break. we'll be back in two minutes.
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walt disney parks and resorts may be considering charging more for those higher demand days. it would impact the surges christmas holiday, and spring break. disney sent an on-line survey to annual survey asking for opinions on a price tear of gold, silver is and bronze. gold would cost you $1 15. silver ticket could be used almost every day except for peak days and would cost $105. and then bronze passes could only be used on off-peak weekends for $99. a victory today and the oakland a's will capture the four-game series against the
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yankees. oakland got the first two games, then last night came around. 1st inning, first and second for brian mccann. nice hit to right. that would get the yankees on the board. 3rd inning, tied at 1. josh reddick even a better swing. marcus sim i don't know comes around to score. fast forward to the 6th inning. a's up 3-2. carlos beltran slamming one to center. that's a two-run shot and the lead. yankees don't look back. they go on to win. 1:05 start today. the giants also a 1:05 at their home park in china basin. tim lincecum was on the mound last night looking for a win. way not get it. 1-0 braves, top 3. a single to right, 2-0 atlanta. braves would actually score in the 4th, the 5th, the 8th, then in the 9th, former giant juan
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uribe with a crushing blow. 8-0 atlanta. stay tuned for "fox news sunday" with chris wallace immediately following this newscast. today he is joined by carly fiorina. >> the big news is that mike managed to come back down here after the bloody mary and steak. we're talking weather outside today. >> going to bring those temperatures down. it was really warm for our inland cities yesterday. mid to upper 80s for areas like walnut creek and into pittsburgh, antioch and brentwood. we're looking at a five to 10- degree drop. the rest of us will remain cool to partly mild, the system bringing us the cool down may actually bring us a little drizzle. we could wake up with it tomorrow morning. outside of that we're dry with little change in the forecast for the first part of the week.
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>> we've had drizzle every morning. i've had the wipers on every day coming to work, at least close to the bay. >> that is our report. thanks for joining us. >> we are going to leave you with this live look from our third floor deck. we've got some grilling going on in preparation for the good old "high stakes grilling competition." don't forget our next newscast at 5:00. have a great day everyone. [ music ]
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